Sunday's feature class at WEF 8 saw another big win for the German rider; Mario Deslauriers' former mount Amsterdam is 3rd with new rider.
It was a fantastic finish for Harrie Smolders (NED) and Monaco to win the CSI5* class in an 11-horse jumpoff at WEF.
The German keeps racking up the wins, this time aboard Scuderia 1918 Tobago Z; top Canadian was Mario Deslauriers, 11th with Bardolina 2.
Canadians Eric Lamaze and Tiffany Foster place 5-6 in the class, while Rachel Cornacchia grabs 2nd place in $50,000 grand prix.
“He is an experienced equitation horse and today was my first time riding him in the ring,” said Krawitt following his Section A win.
The pair win the $37,000 Restylane 1.45m CSI2* ‒ a hot start, as it is their first show after a lengthy break due to the pandemic.
Top Canadians in the $73,000 class were Tiffany Foster, 5th with Figor, and Mario Deslaurier, 10th riding Bardolina 2.
The victory marked a triumphant return for the German rider after a four-year absence from WEF; Tiffany Foster 5th with Northern Light.
Three Canadians finished in the top 10 in the $37,000 class, led by Mario Deslauriers and Bardolina 2, who placed second.
Tiffany Foster and Brighton grab 6th place in the CSI3*; all WEF feature classes are available to watch for free both live and on-demand.